Past Senior Fellows
Tajik National University | "The Afghan-Pak Conflict and its Impact on Central Asia."
Adnan Abu Odeh (Senior Fellow, 1995-96)
Former Permanent Representative of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan to the United Nations | "Jordanians, Palestinians, and the Hashemite Kingdom in the Middle East Peace Process."
Mohammed Abu-Nimer (Senior Fellow, 2007-08)
Department of Political Science, Simmons College | "The Future of the MILF: Internal Dynamics and the Implications for Terrorism and Security in Southeast Asia."
Executive Chairman, Center for Democracy and Development | "Maoist Crisis in Nepal: Diplomatic Strategies for Resolution."
Hussein M. Adam (Senior Fellow, 1995-96)
Department of Political Science, College of the Holy Cross | "Rethinking the Somali Political Experience."
Former ambassador to the United Kingdom and Italy and USSR deputy forein minister | "The USSR/US Dialogue on Human Rights, 1986–1990."
CDR George Adams (Navy Chaplain Fellow, 2004-05)
Chaplain Corps, United States Navy | "Military Chaplains as Liasons with Religious Leaders: Lessons from Iraq and Afghanistan."
Tani Adams (Senior Fellow, 2008-09)
Nabil al-Tikriti (Senior Fellow, 2007-08)
Assistant Professor, University of Mary Washington | "Addressing Ethnic Conflict and Population Displacement in Iraq."
Imtiaz Ali (Senior Fellow, 2009-10)
Col. Michael Alvis (Army Peace Fellow, 1997-98)
United States Army | "The Impact of Peace Operations on Readiness."
Cecile Aptel (Senior Fellow, 2010-11)
International Centre for Transitional Justice | "Bring the Children Back: Reintegrating Children Who Have Participated in Mass Atrocities"
Resident Scholar, American Enterprise Institute | "The Emergence of Russian Foreign Policy."
Paul Arthur (Senior Fellow, 1997-98)
Department of Politics, University of Ulster | "Track One and Track Two Diplomacy Initiatives in Northern Ireland."
Judith Asuni (Senior Fellow, 2009-10)
Kevin Avruch (Senior Fellow, 1996-97)
Department of Sociology and Anthropology, George Mason University | "Culture and Conflict Resolution."
College of Law, Notre Dame University, Philippines | "Autonomy and Peace: Lessons from Southern Philippines"
Tozun Bahcheli (Senior Fellow, 1995-96)
Professor of Political Science, King's College, University of Western Ontario | "Greek-Turkish Relations in the Mediterranean and the Balkans."
Robinson Professor of History, George Mason University | "Islam and the Transformation of Political Sensibility in Iran."
Harley D. Balzer (Senior Fellow, 1996-97)
Department of Government, Georgetown University | "The Middle Class and Prospects for Democracy in Russia."
Major General Dipankar Banerjee (Indian Army, ret.) (Senior Fellow, 2002-03)
Executive Director, Centre for Strategic Studies, Colombo, Sri Lanka | "Countering Internal Conflict: Lessons from the Indian Army's Experience."
Amatzia Baram (Senior Fellow, 1997-98 and 2003-04)
Department of Middle Eastern History, University of Haifa | "Iraq of the Ba'ath, 1968-1996: Domestic Strife and Regional Conflict" and "State-Mosque Relations in Iraq, 1968-2003"
Hassan Barari (Senior Fellow, 2006-07)
Joel Barkan (Senior Fellow, 1997-98)
Department of Political Science, University of Iowa | "Early Elections in Transitional Politics. "
Mordechai Bar-On (Peace Fellow, 1992-93)
Co-founder, 'Peace Now.' | "In Pursuit of Peace: A History of the Israeli Peace Movement."
Formerly National Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Cairo | "Developing a Constituency for Peace: Egypt's Peace Strategy, 1973-1980."
Nina Belyaeva (Visiting Fellow, 1992-93)
President, Interlegal Research Center, Moscow | "Constitutional, Legislative and Legal Foundations of Independent Political Organizations, Citizen Advocacy Groups and Democracy in the New Russia."
Daniel Benjamin (Senior Fellow, 1999-00)
Senior Associate, International Security Program, Center for Strategic and International Studies | "U.S. Responses to Genocide."
Jacob Bercovitch, deceased. (Senior Fellow, 2001-02)
Professor of Political Science, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand | "Evaluating Interventions in Protracted Conflicts."
Bruce Berlin (Peace Fellow, 1988-89)
Founder and Executive Director of the Trinity Forum for International Security and Conflict Resolution, Santa Fe, New Mexico | "Lessons on Conflict Resolution from the Central American Peace Process."
Betty Bigombe (Senior Fellow, 2006-08)
"The Challenge of Managing Mediation: The Northern Uganda Experience."
Sonja Biserko (Senior Fellow, 2000-01)
Head of the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia | "Serbia vs. Yugoslavia: An Inside View of the Yugoslav Crisis."
Lt. Col. Donna Boltz (Army Peace Fellow, 2000-01)
United States Army | "Peace Operations: The Public Security and Information Dimensions."
Publications: "Information Technology and Peace Support Operations" (Institute Virtual Diplomacy Report, July 2002)
Horacio Boneo (Senior Fellow, 2003-04)
Department of Government, Universidad Nacional de San Martin, Buenos Aires; formerly director of Electoral Assistance Division, UN Secretariat | "Monitoring Elections: A Critical Review."
Michael Bratton (Senior Fellow, 2010-11)
Michigan State University | "Paradoxes of Power Sharing: Zimbabwe’s Protracted Transition"
Marie Breen-Smyth (Senior Fellow, 2002-03)
Tone Bringa (Guest Scholar, 1999-00)
Associate Professor of Social Anthropology, University of London | "Post-War Reintegration in the Balkans."
Keith Brown (Senior Fellow, 1999-00)
Watson Institute for International Studies, Brown University | "Accommodating Identities in Macedonia: Lessons for Conflict Resolution in Multiethnic Societies."
Department of Government, Georgetown University | "Reclaiming the Agenda: A Comparative Study of Power Sharing in Divided Societies."
John Burton (Distinguished Fellow, 1988-89)
Formerly Secretary of the Department of External Affairs of Australia | "Insights from the Field of Conflict Resolution."
Assistant Professor, School of International Service, American University | "Constructing Justice and Security After War," and "Making Peace 'Stick': Civil Recurrence and How to Prevent It."
Cengiz Candar (Senior Fellow, 1999-00)
Columnist, Sabah, Istanbul | "Toward Democracy with Islam: Turkey in the 21st Century."
Stojan Cerovic, deceased. (Senior Fellow, 1999-00)
Columnist, Vreme, Belgrade | "Yugoslavia after the Kosovo Conflict."
U.S. Agency for International Development | "Steal This Revolution: Nonviolent Revolution and the Transition to Democracyin Serbia."
Jian Chen (Senior Fellow, 1996-97)
Department of History, Southern Illinois University | "Revolution and Power: Mao's China Encounters the World."
Qimao Chen (Senior Fellow, 1995-96)
Senior Fellow, Shanghai Institute for International Studies | "The Potential for Crisis in the Taiwan Straits and Its International Implications."
Daniel Chirot (Senior Fellow, 2004-05)
Professor of Sociology, University of Washington | "The Muslim/Christian Divide in West Africa: Can a Religious War be Prevented?"
Richard Christenson (Senior Fellow, 2000-01)
DCM, United States Embassy, Tokyo | "Security and Peace in Northeast Asia."
Ceslav Ciobanu (Senior Fellow, 2003-04)
Senior Research Scholar, James Madison University; former Moldovan Ambassador to the United States | "'Frozen and Forgotten' Conflicts in Post-Soviet States: Anatomy and Prospect for Resolution (Transnistria, Abkhazia, Nagorno Karabakh)"
Lt. Col. Roger Cloutier (U.S. Army Fellow, 2006-07)
Commander 1st Battalion, 30th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division, U.S. Army | "In the Aftermath of War: America's Use of Defeated Armies in Post-Conflict Reconstruction"
Tony Coady (Senior Fellow, 1999-00)
Center for Philosophy and Public Issues, University of Melbourne | "The Ethics of Military Intervention."
Avner Cohen (Senior Fellow, 1997-98 and 2007-08)
Senior Research Scholar, Center for International Security Studies at Maryland, University of Maryland | "Nuclear Arms Control in the Middle East: Problems and Prospects," and "Addressing Iran's Nuclear Ambitions."
Senior Lecturer, Hebrew University, Israel| "Negotiating Across Cultures: International Communication in an Interdependent World."
Senior Academic Officer, United Nations University, Tokyo | "Multilateralism and Superpower: Dilemmas of International Democratic Culture."
Gerard Conac (Guest Scholar, 1999-00)
Director, Center for Political and Legal Studies of the African World, University of Paris. | “Constitutionalism and Peace.”
Col. Guy T. Cosentino (U.S. Army Fellow, 2007-08)
Chief, J5 Plans, MNSTC-I/J5, Phoenix Base, Iraq | "The U.S. Government's Interagency Process and the Failure of Institution Building in Iraq."
Theodore Couloumbis (Senior Fellow, 1995-96)
Professor of International Relations, University of Athens | "Greek-Turkish Relations in the Mediterranean and the Balkans."
Publications: "Greek-Turkish Relations & U.S. Foreign Policy: Cyprus, the Aegean, and Regional Stability"
Chester Crocker (Distinguished Fellow, 1989-90)
Schlesinger Professor of Strategic Studies, School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University; Chair, U.S. Institute of Peace Board of Directors | "The U.S. Role in Peacemaking in Southwestern Africa."
Professor of International Law and Organization, Columbia University | "How Constitutional Democracies Decide between War and Peace."
John Darby, deceased. (Senior Fellow, 1998)
Research Fellow, the Kroc Institute, University of Notre Dame; Senior Research Fellow, INCORE, University of Ulster | "From Violence to Agreement in Ethnic Conflicts."
Deputy Foreign Editor, Knight Ridder Newspapers | "Finding Common Ground between the Western and Islamic Worlds."
Formerly District Administrator, Oecussi District, United Nations Transitional Administration in East Timor (UNTAET) | "Policekeeping: Law and Order in Failed and Emerging States."
Francis Deng (Distinguished Fellow, 1987-88 and Senior Fellow, 2002-03)
Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary General on Internally Displaced Persons | "Crises of Identity and the Prospects for Peace and Unity in the Sudan" and "Dilemmas of Self-Determination: A Challenge to African Constitutionalism."
Department of Sociology, Northwestern University | "Sources of the Chechen Conflict."
Michael Dobbs (Senior Fellow, 2006-07)
National Reporter, Washington Post | "One Minute to Midnight: A New Perspective on the Cuban Missile Crisis"
Dusko Doder (Senior Fellow, 1996-97)
Former Moscow Correspondent, the Washington Post | "Reconstructing the Balkans after Yugoslavia's Dissolution and Civil War."
Postfactum News Agency, Moscow | "Multiethnic Russia and the Problem of Democratization."
Pierre Du Toit (Peace Fellow, 1992-93)
Department of Political Science, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa | "State Building and Democracy in Southern Africa."
Senior Fellow, Institute for Defence Studies and Analysis, New Delhi | "The Challenge of Conflict Resolution in Indo-Chinese Relations."
Rose Isaacs Professor Emeritus of Sociology, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem | "The Middle East Peace Process and the Transformation of the State."
Senior Fellow, International Peace Academy | "Hydropolitics in the Third World: Conflict and Cooperation in International River Basins."
Dana Eyre (Senior Fellow, 2005-06)
Senior Advisor, USAID-Iraq | "Re-Inventing Iraq: Understanding Iraqi Society and the Evolution of Coalition Democratization"
Georgetown University | "Reintegration: A Challenge for Building Peace and Restoring National Integrity"
Mamoun Fandy (Senior Fellow, 2003-04)
Independent Scholar; formerly Professor of Middle East and South Asian Politics, National Defense University | "The Crisis of Education in the Muslim World."
Department of Sociology, American University of Beirut | "The Arab World After Desert Storm."
Publications: The Arab World After Desert Storm (U.S. Institute of Peace Press, 1993)
General Secretary, Alliance Party of Northern Ireland | "Inside Out: An Integrative Critique of the Northern Ireland Peace Process."
Lily Gardner Feldman (Peace Fellow, 1988-89)
Senior Scholar in Residence, Center for German and European Studies, Georgetown University | "From Enmity to Friendship: Germany's Postwar Reconciliation with Israel, France and the United States."
Ruth Firer (Senior Fellow, 2001-02)
Director of Peace Education Projects, Truman Research Institute for the Advancement of Peace, Hebrew University of Jerusalem | "To Learn to Live Together: An Israeli-Palestinian Educational Joint Project."
Glenn Fisher (Guest Scholar, 1995-96)
Monteresy Institute | "The Mindsets of Ethnic Conflict."
Michael Foley (Senior Fellow, 1997-98)
Department of Politics, Catholic University of America | "The Betrayal of Rural Mexico: Peasant Organization, Failed Development and Rebellion."
Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Harvard University | "The Crisis of National Identity in India."
Chas Freeman (Senior Fellow, 1994-95)
Chairman, Project International Associates; formerly U.S. Ambassador to Saudi Arabia | "Arts of Power: Statecraft and Diplomacy."
Peter Gastrow (Visiting Peace Fellow,1993-94)
Institute for Security Studies, South Africa | "Bargaining for Peace: South Africa and the National Peace Accord."
Shlomo Gazit (Senior Fellow, 1994-95)
Jaffee Center, Tel Aviv University | "Israeli Policy in the Occupied Territories from the Six Day War to the Intifada."
Professor Emeritus of International Relations, Stanford University | "Bridging the Gap: Theory and Practice in Foreign Policy."
Formerly staff member, House Committee on Government Operations; former Assistant Director, U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency. | "The History and Politics of Multilateral Arms Control Agreements."
Carol Giacomo (Senior Fellow, 1999-00)
Diplomatic Correspondent, Reuters | "Economic Strategy in U.S. Foreign Policy. "
Charles Glaser (Peace Fellow, 1989-90)
Harris Graduate School of Public Policy, University of Chicago | "Arms Races and the Probability of War."
Nancie Gonzalez (Peace Fellow, 1992-93)
Professor Emerita of Anthropology, University of Maryland at College Park | "Political and Economic Dimensions of Ethnic Identity and Minority Conflict in Latin America and the Middle East."
James Goodby (Distinguished Fellow, 1992-93)
Non-Resident Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy Studies, the Brookings Institution | "Europe Undivided: The New Logic of Peace in U.S.-Russian Relations."
Thomas Grant (Senior Fellow, 2007-08)
Research Associate, University of Cambridge | "Chechnya in International Law: Sovereign Power and the Regulation of a Secessionist Conflict."
Iain Guest (Senior Fellow, 1996-97)
Visiting Fellow, Overseas Development Council | "Post-Conflict Reconstruction: Bosnia in Comparative Perspective."
Jeremy Gunn (Executive Fellow, 1998-99)
Director of Research, U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom | "Rights of Religion and Belief: A Proposed International Standard."
Ted Robert Gurr (Peace Fellow, 1988-89)
Distinguished University Professor, Department of Government and Politics, Center for International Development and Conflict University of Maryland | "Minorities at Risk: A Global View of Ethnopolitical Conflicts."
Diplomatic Correspondent, Newsweek | "International Humanitarian Law and the Media: The Case of Afghanistan."
Director, Government of India's National Academy of Administration | "Kashmir: The Problem and its Resolution."
University of Bonn | "The Impact of U.S. Foreign Policy on the Fall of Communism in Eastern Europe."
Salman Haidar (Senior Fellow, 2005-06)
Ambassador (retired), India | "A Framework for South Asian Peace and Security"
Fen Osler Hampson (Peace Fellow, 1993-94)
Professor, Paterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University, Ottawa | "Nurturing Peace: Why Peace Settlements Succeed or Fail."
Associate Professor, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University | "The Right to Self-Determination and its Role in Ethnic and Religious Conflicts."
Department of Political Science, City University of New York | "Peaceful Conflict Resolution in New Democracies."
United States Army | "Assessing U.S. Army Peace Operations Training."
Former U.S. Special Envoy to Angola | "Angola's Last Best Chance for Peace: An Insider's Account of the Peace Process."
Professor of English and American Studies, University of Sussex | "Making Constitutions, Seeking Peace."
International Public Prosecutor, United Nations Mission in Kosovo | "International Prosecutors and Judges in Post-Conflict Societies."
Gettysburg College | "Civil War Settlements and Post-Conflict Economic Growth"
Pierre Hazan (Senior Fellow, 2005-06)
Visiting Fellow, Harvard Law School | "International Justice in the Post 9/11 Era"
Neil Hicks (Senior Fellow, 2000-01)
Senior Program Coordinator (Middle East), Lawyers Committee for Human Rights | "The Crisis of Human Rights Implementation in the Middle East and North Africa."
Rosalyn Higgins (Distinguished Fellow, 1987-88)
Judge, International Court of Justice | "The U.N.'s New Role and Recent Accomplishments."
Lecturer in International Relations, London School of Economics, and Director, Centre for the Analysis of Conflict, University of Kent | "How Third Party Mediation Can Help Solve Conflicts in the Developing World."
P. Terrence Hopmann (Senior Fellow, 1998-99)
Watson Institute for International Studies, Brown University | "Building a Security Community in Europe: The Role of the OSCE."
Minister-Counselor, U.S. Mission to the U.N., and former U.S. Representative to Mozambiquan Peace Talks | "Ending Mozambique's War: The Role of Mediation and Good Offices."
Head, Training, Education & Professional Development Branch, Navy Chief of Chaplain's Office, U.S. Navy | "Training for Diversity: Strategists, Planners, and Religious Issues in U.S. Military Operations"
Wendy Hunter (Senior Fellow, 1995-96)
Department of Political Science, Vanderbilt University | "In Search of a Mission: Latin American Militaries after the Cold War."
Touqir Hussain (Senior Fellow, 2004-05)
Ambassador (ret.), Pakistan | "Re-engagement with Pakistan: Issues for U.S. Foreign Policy."
Director and Spokesperson, Elkarri: The Movement for Dialogue in the Basque Region | "New Opportunties for Peace in the Basque Region and Spain: A Civil Society's Unique Contribution to Conflict Transformation."
Senior Research Fellow, Institute of History, Language, and Literature, Russian Academy of Sciences (Ufa Branch) | "Language Conflict as a Source for Ethnic Violence and Political Dominance."
Thomas Imobighe (Peace Fellow, 1991-92)
Formerly Commissioner, National Boundary Commission of Nigeria | "Regional Organizations and International Conflict Management in the Third World."
In-Taek Hyun (Guest Scholar, 2001-02)
Associate Professor of Political Science, Korea University | "Regional Security and the Korean Peninsula."
George Irani (Senior Fellow, 1997-98)
Program in Conflict Analysis and Management, Royal Roads University, Victoria, British Columbia | "Peace-Building in Lebanon: A Manual for Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation."
Vladimir Ivanov (Peace Fellow, 1992-93)
Senior Researcher, Economic Research Institute of Northeast Asia, Niigata, Japan | "The Prospects for Peace and Conflict in the Western Pacific and Northeast Asia in the Post-Communist Era."
University of Shizuboa | "Applying Collective Problem Solving to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict."
Research Fellow, Birkbeck College, University of London | "The Day After: Prospects for Post-Ba'ath Democratization in Iraq."
Former Special Representative of the Secretary General, Administrator Kosovo | "Thirty Years in the Humanitarian Frontlines"
Ray Jennings (Senior Fellow 2002-03)
Former Senior Field Advisor, Office of Transition Initiatives, U.S. Agency for International Development | "Participatory Community Revitalization Projects and Conflict Management."
Professor of Political Science, University of California, Davis | "The United States and the Politics and Strategy of Post-Cold War Peace Operations."
Registrar, Court of Bosnia & Herzegovina | "Bosnia and Herzegovina: A Model of Complementarity, Ten Years Late"
Jok Madut Jok (Senior Fellow, 2010-11)
Loyola Marymount University | "A Crumbling Political Landscape in Southern Sudan: How Insecurity Threatens the 2005 Peace Accord"
Richard Joseph (Senior Fellow, 2001-02)
Reagan-Fascell Senior Fellow, National Endowment for Democracy | "Political Renewal and Political Violence in Africa, 1989-2001."
Independent Journalist and Author, Highlanders: A Journey to the Caucasus in Quest of Memory | "Violence and Non-Violence in Independence Struggles: East Timor, Chechnya, Palestine."
Mark Katz (Peace Fellow, 1989-90)
Professor of Government and Politics, George Mason University | "Soviet-American Conflict Resolution in the Third World."
Herbert Kelman (Distinguished Fellow, 1989-90)
Center for International Affairs, Harvard University | "Applying Collective Problem Solving to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict."
Mohamed Khalil (Peace Fellow, 1991-92)
Former Speaker of the Sudanese Constituent Assembly, Minister of Justice, and Dean of the Faculty of Law at Khartoum University | "Islamic Law and Society and Contemporary International Legal Norms."
Davlat Khudonazarov (Senior Fellow, 1994-95)
Filmmaker and Human Rights Activist, Tajikistan | "Resolving Civil Conflict in Tajikistan."
Commander Margaret G. Kibben (Navy Fellow, 2002-03)
U.S. Navy Chaplain Corps | "Military Chaplins as Advisors on Religion and Diplomacy."
Chong Whi Kim (Senior Fellow, 2000-01)
Former National Security Advisor to the President of the Republic of Korea | "Policy Options for the Republic of Korea and the United States toward North Korea and the Unification of Korea."
Paul Kimmel (Peace Fellow, 1988-89)
Private Consultant, Los Angeles | "Overcoming Cultural Barriers in International Negotiations."
Heinrich Klebes (Senior Fellow, 1997-98)
International Institute for Democracy, Strasbourg | "The Quest for Democratic Security in Europe."
Ephraim Kleiman (Senior Fellow, 1996-97)
Professor of Economics, Hebrew University of Jerusalem | "Economic Integration and Political Separation: Israel, Jordan and the Palestinians."
Norma Kriger (Peace Fellow, 1993-94)
Visiting Professor, Goucher College, Baltimore | "Demobilizing and Reintegrating War Veterans in Zimbabwe."
Kemal Kurspahic (Senior Fellow, 1999-2000)
Spokesman, U.N. Office for Drug Control & Crime Prevention (Vienna Int'l Centre) | "Voices of Hatred, Voices of Tolerance: The Media in Bosnian Conflict and Reconciliation."
Professor of Law, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem | "Autonomy: Flexible Solutions to Ethnic Conflicts."
Foreign Correspondent, Newsweek. | "Revolutions without Guns: The Power and Pitfalls of Nonviolent Action."
Yang Lee (Peace Fellow, 1993-94)
Former Director-General, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Korea | "Peacebuilding on the Korean Peninsula."
Melvyn Leffler (Senior Fellow, 2004-05)
Department of Government, Dartmouth College | "The Military and National Identity in China."
Senior Associate, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, The Times (London) | "Ukraine and Russia: A Fraternal Rivalry."
Professor of Political Science and Director, Center for Russian and East European Studies, University of Pittsburgh | "The Price of Eastern Europe's Attempt to Join Europe."
David Little (Distinguished Fellow, 1987-89)
Professor of Religion, Ethnicity and International Conflict, Harvard Divinity School | "The Legal and Moral Dilemmas of Safeguarding Human Rights During Armed Conflict."
Director of International Studies, Woodrow Wilson Center for Scholars | "U.S. Foreign Policy in the Post-Cold War Era: Strategies toward "Rogue" States."
Nancy Lubin (Peace Fellow, 1992-93)
President, JNA Associates | "Ethnic Conflict, Economic Development, and Environmental Change in Uzbekistan and Other Former Soviet Central Asian Republics."
Executive Director, Global Interdependence Initiative, the Aspen Institute, Washington, DC. | "The United States' Role in South Africa's Transition to Democracy."
Department of Foreign Affairs, Australia | "The United States and Iran: Exploring New Approaches to Relations."
Yuri Maltsev (Peace Fellow, 1990-91)
Department of Economics, Carthage College | "Easing the Trauma of the Soviet Union's Transition to a Market-Based Economy."
Moshe Ma'oz (Senior Fellow, 2004-05)
Professor of Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies, Hebrew University of Jerusalem | "Washington vs. Damascus: Quo Vadis?"
President, Business Humanitarian Forum Association; former U.S. Ambassador to OSCE | "War in the Caucasus: A Proposal for Settlement of the Conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh."
Diplomat in Residence, Eckerd College | "The Negotiations Leading to the Geneva Agreement on the Withdrawal of Soviet Forces from Afghanistan."
Susan Collin Marks (Senior Fellow, 1994-95)
Executive Vice President, Search for Common Ground, Washington, DC. | "Watching the Wind: Conflict Resolution During South Africa's Transition to Democracy."
Retired professor, National Defense University, University of Tennessee, Stanislaus State University | "Envisioning Iraq's Future: Developing an Alternative View" and "Iraq's Emerging Political Leadership"
Michael J. Matheson (Senior Fellow, 2001-02)
Visiting Professor of Law, George Washington University, formerly principal deputy legal advisor, U.S. Department of State | "Armed Conflict and International Law in the Post-Cold War Period."
Philip Mattar (Senior Fellow, 2002-03; Guest Scholar 2003-04)
President, Palestinian American Research Center | "Palestinian Missed Opportunities."
David H. P. Maybury-Lewis, deceased. (Distinguished Fellow, 1989-90; Senior Fellow, 2001-02)
Professor of Anthropology, Harvard University | "Ethnicity in the Americas: The Indian Question" and "The New World Dilemma: Indigenous Peoples and the State of the Americas (2001)."
Professor of Political Science, George Washington University | "Revolutionary Movements in Latin America: El Salvador's FMLN and Peru's Shining Path."
Sterling Professor Emeritus of Law, Yale University | "The Relationship between International Law and Interdependencies in the World Community."
Montgomery McFate (Senior Fellow, 2006-07)
Research Staff Member, Institute for Defense Analysis | "National Security and Cultural Knowledge."
Chaplain Daniel McKay, U.S. Navy Chaplain (Senior Fellow, 2006-07)
Headquarters Battalion’s Chaplain, Second Marine Division, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina | "Why Character Counts: Military Leadership in 21st Century Peace Operations."
Capt. Paul F. McLaughlin (Navy Fellow, 2001-02)
United States Navy Chaplain Corps | "The Chaplain's Evolving Role in Peace and Humanitarian Relief Operations."
Former Ambassador of New Zealand to the United States | "Peacekeeping Operations."
Army Fellow, Central Asia Policy Manager, Office of the Secretary of Defense, U.S. Army | "U.S. Security Assistance in Central Asia: Political Leverage and Policy Goals"
Julie Mertus (Senior Fellow, 2000-01)
Assistant Professor, School of International Service,American University | "The Imprint of Kosovo on International Law: Coercive Diplomacy, Humanitarian Intervention, and Secession."
Vernon Mendis, deceased. (Peace Fellow, 1990-91)
Former Permanent Representative of Sri Lanka to the United Nations | "How the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) Can Assist with Conflict Management in the Region."
John Menzies (Peace Fellow, 1990-91; Senior Fellow, 1997-98)
Former Ambassador of the United States to Bosnia | "The Dayton Peace Agreement and Balkan Regional Stability."
Gwendolyn Mikell (Senior Fellow, 1995-96)
Professor of Sociology, Georgetown University | "Gender and Peacebuilding During African Political Transitions."
Georgiy Mirsky (Visiting Fellow, 1991-92)
Professor and Senior Research Fellow, Institute of World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO), Moscow | "Changes in Soviet Foreign Relations and Prospects for International Peace."
Raja Mohan (Peace Fellow, 1992-93)
Research Associate, Institute for Defense Studies and Analyses, New Delhi, India | "Security Issues between India and Pakistan: Prospects for Confidence Building Measures and Force Reduction."
Moo-Hong Moon (Guest Scholar, 1998-99)
Bradford Morse, deceased. (Distinguished Fellow, 1987-88)
Former Member of the U.S. House of Representatives and Under Secretary General of the UN | "The Relationship of Economic Development to International Peace."
Ahmad Moussalli (Senior Fellow, 1999-00)
Department of Political Studies, American University of Beirut | "Individual Liberty, Civil Society and Limited Government in Popular Islam vs. the Authoritarianism of the Islamic State."
Regional Campaign Coordinator, Amnesty International | "The Cultural Roots of Human Rights Violations in Sudan: Identity and the Civil War."
Roxanne Myers (Senior Fellow, 2005-06)
Lecturer, University of Guyana | "Transforming Ethnopolitical Conflict in Guyana."
Former Under Secretary-General of the United Nations for Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea; former Secretary for Foreign Affairs, Government of Fiji | "The Role of Mediators in Complex International Negotiations."
Andrew Natsios (Senior Fellow, 1998-99)
Administrator, U.S. Agency for International Development | "The Great North Korean Famine: Famine, Politics, and Foreign Policy."
Executive Director, Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice, University of San Diego | "Pursuing Justice During Armed Conflict: Facilitating or Obstructing Peace?"
Herman Nickel (Distinguished Fellow, 1989-90)
Former U.S. Ambassador to South Africa | "Political Conflict, Economic Interdependence, and Peace in Southern Africa."
Col. Howard A. Olsen (Army Peace Fellow, 1998-99)
United States Army | "Closing the Gap between Civilian and Military Implementation: Senior Military Leadership in Peace Operations."
Formerly Professor of Economics, University of Maryland | "The Causes of International Conflict and Cooperation."
Oyeleye Oyediran (Senior Fellow, 1999-00)
Department of Political Science, University of Lagos | "Democracy vs. Military Authoritarianism in Nigeria."
Co-Director of the Centre for Policy Alternatives and Senior Lecturer at the University of Colombo, Sri Lanka | "Resisting the Crossfire: The Dual Identity of Border Village Communities in Sri Lanka's Ethnic War."
Chan Bong Park (Guest Scholar, 1996-97)
Ministry of National Reconciliation, Republic of Korea | "Transitional Justice and Korean Unification."
Gramoz Pashko, deceased. (Senior Fellow, 1996-97)
Economist; formerly Deputy Prime Minister of Albania | "Albanians and Balkan Security."
Brenda Pearson (Senior Fellow, 2001-02)
Formerly senior political analyst with the International Crisis Group | "Bridging the Gap between Ethnic Albanians and Macedonians."
Professor Emeritus of Political Science, State University of New York at Binghamton | "Palestinians, Refugees, and the Middle East Peace Process."
Yoram Peri (Senior Fellow, 2001-02)
Professor of Communication, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem | "The Israeli Military and the Peace Process."
Robert Perito (Senior Fellow, 2001-02)
Former Deputy Director, International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program (ICITAP), U.S. Department of Justice | "The American Experience with Policing Peace."
Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia to Mexico | "Preparing the Ground for War in Serbia, 1987-1992."
Professor of Psychology, University of Sts. Cyril and Methodius, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia | "Education for Interculturalism: Learning to Live Together in a Multicultural Society."
International Institute of Asian Studies, Netherlands | "Social Cohesion Through Creative Knowledge in Post-Conflict Societies: Lessons from Cambodia."
Adjunct Professor, School of Foreign Service and Senior Associate, Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, Georgetown University | "NATO’s Enlargement Beyond the Visegrad Three."
Co-Director of the Africa Program, International Crisis Group, Washington, D.C. | "Managing Conflict in the Horn of Africa."
The Washington Post | "Civil-Military Relations in the Formulation and Execution of American Foreign Policy."
University of California, San Diego | "The Sistani Factor: The Relevance of Ayatollah Sistani to the Democratization of Post-Saddam Iraq."
Robin Ranger (Peace Fellow, 1988-90)
Arms Control Analyst, Washington, D.C. | "Ensuring Compliance with START and Other Proposed Arms Control Agreements."
Amina Rasul-Bernardo (Senior Fellow, 2001-02)
Research Fellow, Sycip Policy Center (Manila) | "Autonomy or Federalism: Self-Rule for Philippine Muslims."
Peter Reddaway (Distinguished Fellow, 1993-94)
Professor of Political Science, George Washington University | "The Tragedy of Russia's Reforms: Market Bolshevism against Democracy."
Fellow, Australian National University | "Sustainable Conflict Resolution and Post-Agreement Peacebuilding in an Apparently Intractable Conflict: Lessons from the Bougainville (Papua New Guinea) Peace Process."
John Reinhardt (Distinguished Fellow, 1988-89)
Former U.S. Ambassador to Nigeria, and Director of the U.S. Information Agency | "How Governmental Communication with Foreign Publics Can Help Reduce International Tension and Conflict."
The Hon. Bill Richardson (Senior Fellow, 2001-02)
Kissinger McLarty Associates | "Energy Dimensions of U.S. Relations with North Korea."
Indar Rikhye, deceased. (Visiting Distinguished Fellow, 1990-91)
Founder and President, International Peace Academy | "Making UN Peacekeeping More Effective."
Ruzica Rosandic (Senior Fellow, 1997-98)
Department of Psychology, University of Belgrade | "The Goodwill Classroom: Conflict Resolution and Human Rights Training in Educational Policy."
Belgian National Fund for Scientific Research | "Scope and Limits of Reconciliation as a Peace-Building Process."
Eugene Rostow, deceased. (Distinguished Fellow, 1990-92)
Formerly Dean, School of Law, Yale University; Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs; and Director of the U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency | "Aggression and Self-Defense."
Donald Rothchild, deceased. (Senior Fellow, 1994-95)
Department of Political Science, University of California, Davis | "Pressures and Incentives for Cooperation: the Management of Ethnic and Regional Conflicts in Africa."
Harvey Picker Distinguished Professor of International Relations, Colgate University | "Why Emerging Democracies in the Developing World Thrive or Falter."
Leonard Rubenstein (Senior Fellow, 2008-09)
Barnett Rubin (Peace Fellow, 1989-90)
Director of Studies, Center of International Cooperation, New York University | "Afghanistan Since the Soviet Withdrawal: International Aid, Reconstruction, and Civil Conflict."
Professor and Director, Center for the Study of Child Development, University of Haifa | "Chronic Exposure to Catastrophic War Experiences and Political Violence: Links to the Well-being of Children and their Families."
Mohamed Sahnoun (Visiting Distinguished Fellow, 1992-93)
Formerly U.N. Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Somalia | "Somalia: The Missed Opportunities."
Mostafa-Elwi Saif (Senior Fellow, 1994-95)
Department of Political Science, Cairo University | "Changing Arab Perceptions of Regional Security."
Abdul Sattar (Distinguished Fellow, 1993-94)
Foreign Minister, Islamic Republic of Pakistan | "The Imperatives of Peace in South Asia."
William Schabas (Senior Fellow, 1998-99)
Director, Irish Centre for Human Rights, National University of Ireland | "The Law of Genocide."
Jerrold L. Schechter (Senior Fellow, 1994-95)
Chairman, Schechter Communications Corp | "Russian Negotiating Behavior: Continuity and Transition."
Senior Vice President, United Nations Association of the USA; and former U.S. Ambassador at Large for War Crimes | "U.S. Engagement in the Development of International Criminal Tribunals and in Responding to Atrocities."
Former U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs | "The USSR/US Dialogue on Human Rights 1986-1990"
Visiting Professor, Center for Development and the Environment, University of Oslo | "Skilling Armed Actors for Peace in Colombia"
Erwin Schmidl (Senior Fellow, 1995-96)
Head of Research, Austrian Institute for Military Studies | "The Role of Small and Neutral Countries in Peace Operations."
Professor Emeritus of History, University of Illinois | "The Development of International Conflict Management Processes, from the 17th Century to the Present."
Visiting Lecturer, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University | "Policy Responses to Complex Humanitarian Crises: An Interdisciplinary and Integrated Approach."
Elaine Sciolino (Senior Fellow, 1999-00)
Senior Foreign Affairs Correspondent, The New York Times | "The Iranian Revolution After Twenty Years."
Professor of Political Science, University of California at Berkeley | "Soviet Proxy Governments and the Promotion of Low-Intensity Warfare."
Col. Michael Seidl (Army Fellow, 2004-05)
U.S. Army | "Provincial Reconstruction Teams: A Strategy for Stability in Afghanistan."
Professor of African and Afro-American Studies, University of North Carolina | "Promoting Peace and Stability in the Horn of Africa through Regional Integration and Economic Cooperation."
U.S. Institute of Peace | "Regional Security in the Balkans."
Jacob Shamir (Senior Fellow, 2004-05)
Senior Lecturer, Hebrew University of Jerusalem | "Public Opinion in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict."
Shimon Shamir (Distinguished Fellow, 1991-92)
Professor of Middle Eastern History, Tel Aviv University, and former Israeli Ambassador to Egypt | "People-to-People Contacts and Arab-Israeli Reconciliation."
Jill Shankleman (Senior Fellow, 2003-04)
Director, J. Shankleman Limited, Oxford | "Does Business Have a Role in Peacemaking."
Rosalind Shaw (Senior Fellow, 2003-04)
Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Tufts University | "Remembering to Forget: Rituals of Healing and the Work of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Sierra Leone."
Dorothy Shea (Guest Scholar, 1998-99)
Foreign Service Officer, U.S. Department of State | "The South African Truth Commission: The Politics of Reconciliation."
President, Pacem Productions Inc., Los Angeles | "A Comparative and Historical Analysis of Communist States and Parties Since the Bolshevik Revolution."
Ivan Sigal (Senior Fellow, 2007-08)
Regional Director, Internews Network | "Old Media, New Media and Media Assistance in Conflict Prone Settings."
Mihaly Simai (Peace Fellow, 1991-92)
Director, Institute for World Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest | "The Future of Global Governance: Managing Risk and Change in the International System."
Department of Political Science, University of California at Berkeley | "Compliance Without Enforcement: The Rule of Law in International Relations."
Professor of Political and Administrative Studies, University of Zimbabwe | "Risk Taking in Zimbabwe: The Impact of Mugabe's Policies in Southern Africa."
Tamara Sivertseva (Senior Fellow, 1999-00)
Visiting Fellow, The Kroc Institute, Notre Dame University | "The Quest for National Identity in the North Caucasus."
Barbara Slavin (Senior Fellow, 2007-08)
Senior Diplomatic Reporter, USA Today | "Iran Rising: Iran and its Clients in the Middle East."
Reader in International Relations, University of Warwick (UK) | "The Contribution of International Assistance to Peaceful Social and Economic Transformation in the DPRK."
Woodruff Professor of International Law, University of Georgia | "Judicial and Other Instruments in the Peaceful Settlement of International Disputes."
Former Assistant Secretary General, United Nations | "UNPREDEP in Macedonia: A Blueprint for Early Conflict Prevention."
Ehud Sprinzak, deceased. (Senior Fellow, 1997-98)
Formerly Dean, Lauder School of Government, the Interdisciplinary Center, Herzliya, Israel | "The Dynamics of Political Terrorism: Toward an Evolutionary Theory."
Galina Starovoitova, deceased. (Peace Fellow, 1993-94)
Formerly Member, People's Congress of Deputies, Russian Federation | "Promoting International Cooperation for the Peaceful Resolution of Ethnic Conflicts."
Director, Joint Policy Council, Department of State | "Internally Displaced Persons: Caring for the Stepchildren of Conflict."
Robert Strausz-Hupé, deceased. (Distinguished Fellow, 1992-93)
President Emeritus, Foreign Policy Research Institute | "De Tocqueville's Concept of Democracy and Today's Emerging Democratic Societies."
Warren Strobel (Senior Fellow, 1994-95)
State Department Correspondent, The Washington Times | "Late-Breaking Foreign Policy: The News Media's Influence on Peace Operations."
Rotimi Suberu (Peace Fellow, 1993-94 and Senior Fellow 2006-07)
Senior Lecturer in Political Science, University of Ibadan, Nigeria | "Federalism and Ethnic Conflict in Nigeria" and "Managing Nigeria's Federal Democracy"
Former Czech diplomat | "Gorbachev's Domestic and Foreign Policy Reforms and Soviet-U.S. Relations."
Col. Alan Swain (Army Peace Fellow, 1999-00)
United States Army | "Applying Lessons Learned from Bosnia to the Current International Peace Operation in Kosovo."
Special Correspondent, Frontline Magazine, India | "Islam, Ethnicity and Nationalism: A History of Terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir."
Director, Institute for Regional Studies, Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic | "Kyrgyzstan: The Way to Ethnic and Religious Peace."
Elizabeth Teague (Peace Fellow, 1992-93)
Senior Analyst, the Jamestown Foundation | "Conflict Among Nationalities and Ethnic Minorities in the Former Soviet Union."
Emmanuel Teitelbaum (Senior Fellow, 2009-10)
Elizabeth Thompson (Senior Fellow, 2007-08)
Associate Professor, University of Virginia | "Struggles for Justice in the Middle East."
School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University | "Popular Attitudes toward and Dilemmas of Democratization in China."
Stein Tonnesson (Senior Fellow, 2010-11)
International Peace Research Institute- Oslo | "The East Asian Peace."
School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University | "State vs. International Mediation: Lessons from Somalia and Yugoslavia."
Director, CBW Nonproliferation Program, Monterey Institute | "Biosecurity: The Nexus of Public Health and International Security."
United States Army | "Transnational Organized Crime and Conflict: Strategic Implications for the Military."
Col. Barry Tyree (Army Peace Fellow, 2003-04)
United States Army | "Challenges to Effective Support of Long-Term Stability and Security in Colombia."
Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Russian Federation | "Natural Interest in International Politics: The Case of Soviet-U.S. Relations in the Post-Cold War Era.”
Formerly Senior Consultant, Center for Intergroup Studies, South Africa | "Restitution and the Pursuit of Justice and Peace in the New South Africa."
Max van der Stoel, deceased. (Distinguished Fellow, 1987-89)
Former High Commissioner on National Minorities, Organization for Cooperation and Security in Europe | "Prospects for the U.S.-European Alliance to Promote International Peace."
Patricia Vasquez (Senior Fellow, 2009-10)
Francisco Villagran de Leon (Peace Fellow, 1991-92)
Ambassador of the Republic of Guatemala to Canada | "Strengthening the Organization of American States to Promote Peace and Security in the Western Hemisphere.”
Formerly Seeds of Peace | "The Enemy Has a Face: The Seeds of Peace Experience."
Ibrahim Wani (Peace Fellow, 1989-90)
Africa Center for Strategic Studies | "International Adjudication and Other Alternative Modes for Managing International Conflict."
Col. Volney James Warner (Army Peace Fellow, 1996-97)
United States Army | "Peacekeeping in the Balkans."
Zheng Wang (Senior Fellow, 2010-11)
Seton Hall University | "Introducing the Field of Conflict Resolution into China."
Keith David Watenpaugh (Senior Fellow, 2008-09)
Ruth Wedgwood (Guest Scholar, 2001-02)
Professor, Yale Law School | "Unilateralism and the Use of Force."
Gabriel Weimann (Senior Fellow, 2003-04)
Department of Communication, University of Haifa | "Terror on the Internet: The New Arena, the New Challenges."
Professor Emeritus, Department of Political Science, University of Illinois | "Markets and Democracy in the Muslim Polity."
Lt. Col. Garland H. Williams (Army Fellow, 2002-03)
United States Army | "Post-Conflict Reconstruction in Peacekeeping Operations: Redefining the Military Role."
Walter Wink (Peace Fellow, 1989-90)
Professor of Biblical Interpretation, Auburn Theological Seminary | "The Effectiveness of Nonviolent Strategies for Social Change, and the Biblical Roots of a Nonviolent Philosophy."
Professor of History, State University of New York at Albany | "World Nuclear Disarmament Efforts Since 1971 and Their Policy Implications."
Goshu Wolde (Peace Fellow, 1988-90)
Former Foreign Minister of Ethiopia | "Regional Efforts to Reduce Conflicts and Increase Cooperation in the Horn of Africa."
Department of Communication, Hebrew University of Jerusalem | "Mobilizing the News Media for Peace."
Robin Wright (Senior Fellow, 2010-11)
Journalist | "The Future of Islam."
Xinbo Wu (Senior Fellow 2006-07)
Associate Dean and Professor, School of International Relations and Public Affairs, Fudan University | "Managing Crisis and Sustaining Peace between China and the United States."
Department of Geography, Ben Gurion University | "Spatial Policies and Political (in)Stability: Comparing 'Ethnocratic' Regimes."
Takashi Yoshida (Senior Fellow 2006-07)
Assistant Professor, Department of History, Western Michigan University | "Commemorating Colonialism: A Comparative Analysis of Postwar Japanese Peace Activism and Museums."
David S. Yost (Senior Fellow, 1996-97)
Department of National Security Affairs, Naval Postgraduate School | "NATO Transformed: The Alliance's New Roles in International Security."
Jacob Blaustein Professor of International Organizations and Conflict Resolution and Director of Conflict Management, School of Advanced International Studies, The Johns Hopkins University | "Fairness and Justice in International Negotiations Dealing with Environmental Conflict and Political Terrorism."
The Hebrew University in Jerusalem | "The Memory of the Holocaust and the Arab-Israeli Conflict."
Igor Zevelev (Senior Fellow, 1997-98)
Professor of Russian Studies, College of International and Security Studies, The George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies | "Russia and Its New Diasporas."
John Zhao (Peace Fellow, 1990-91)
School of International Service, American University | "China's Foreign Policy and Its Implications for the Future."
Radwan Ziadeh (Senior Fellow, 2007-08)
Founder and Director, Damascus Center for Human Rights Studies | "Democratic Change in Syria."